Exhibit A, for your consideration. On Groundhog Day in 1998, Bishop Timlin, in his capacity as the Bishop of Scranton, removed the priestly faculties of the Diocese in the case of Robert Gibson for "reasons of health" (wink, wink!). Is it common to remove the priestly faculties of a man who has a legitimate physical… Continue reading Proof of Bishop Timlin’s Cover-Up and Possible RICO Violation
I inquire as the health and well-being of my perp, Robert J. Gibson, periodically. I did so last month to the Victim Assistance Coordinator for the Diocese of Scranton. Admittedly, the email to Joan Holmes was pretty sarcastic. I asked the question "Is the monster still alive?". I did edit out the adjective I used initially. As is… Continue reading Something is not quite right
Four. That is the number of victims of Father Robert Gibson to which the Diocese of Scranton has stipulated. Four. I don't get it. I cannot believe that the Diocese of Scranton continues to stubbornly stick to that number. I have corresponded with survivors, family members of survivors, classmates of survivors, as well as friends. I have spoken to… Continue reading Only Four, I Think Not…
Bishop Martino, this is your long distance dedication: A report published on the Scranton Times-Tribune website and discussed on the National Catholic Reporter today has Bishop Joseph Martino, the patriarch of the Diocese of Scranton, moving out of the bishop's residence near St Peter's Cathedral in downtown Scranton. He is alleged to be taking up… Continue reading Sound Retreat! Martino moves out of the Bishop’s Residence in Scranton
At some point it stops being about God, doesn’t it?
Abuse thrives in an environment of secrecy! These people are enablers of abuse as long as they keep the Bishops' secrets.
Reasons of Health? Is that what they call it at the Chancery when a priest has been accused of and admitted to molesting and raping children?